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Exercise Physiology

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  • 'HIMYM' Finale, ACM Awards Power CBS to Easy Weekly Win

    CBS continued its strong start to spring last week, dominating a frame book-ended by the series finale of "How I Met Your Mother" and the Academy of Country Music Awards. The Eye also saw strong numbers for "The Big Bang Theory," veteran crime dramas...
  • Quincy Jones tunes up for TCM Classic Film Festival

    Quincy Jones tunes up for TCM Classic Film Festival
    Quincy Jones knew even at a young age that he wanted to compose film scores. "I used to go to movies for 11 cents," Jones said at his mansion nestled in the Bel-Air hills. "I used to play hooky in Seattle every day. I could tell if a movie was scored at...
  • Miami Dolphins cheerleaders unveil 'Fantasy' music video

    Miami Dolphins cheerleaders unveil 'Fantasy' music video
    The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders have unveiled their latest video with a mix by DJ Earworm, featuring Mariah Carey’s "Fantasy," the Spice Girls' "Wannabe," The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" and Calvin Harris' "Summer." The video was shot while on...
  • Officials probe why airport beams toppled

    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport officials are investigating whether a design flaw or procedural error was at play after five enormous concrete runway support beams crashed three stories to the ground on Saturday. Assistant airport...
  • Disclosure leaves audience in awe at the Fillmore

    Disclosure leaves audience in awe at the Fillmore
    The electronic music scene has been heavily monopolized.   Duos like The Chemical Brothers, Justice and Daft Punk have been emblematic of the electronic genre and have therefore defined its qualities. Within that established realm, there have been...
  • Why do we have faces? Ancient fish may hold clues

    Why do we have faces? Ancient fish may hold clues
    Let's face it. It's easy to take for granted that mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish -- vertebrates just like people -- have a face. But it has not always been the case. The first creatures with a backbone -- jawless fish from hundreds of...
  • Google now letting Glass users invite others to buy device

    Google now letting Glass users invite others to buy device
    Remember when you needed an invitation to get a Gmail account? Google is using a similar system to sell its smartglasses to more users. The Mountain View, Calif., tech company announced Monday that current Google Glass users will be able to extend an...
  • Bright light - early and often - linked to lower BMI, study finds

    Bright light - early and often - linked to lower BMI, study finds
    To maximize your chances of fighting flab, new research offers some simple advice: Wake up early and go outside. People who loaded up on light exposure at the beginning of the day were most likely to have a lower body mass index, according to a study...
  • Alkaline diet claims get sour response from doctors

    Alkaline diet claims get sour response from doctors
    In cookbooks, health food stores and alternative health clinics, the word is getting out: Acid is the latest dietary villain. It's not necessarily the acid in foods like tomatoes and lemons that supposedly cause the trouble. Instead, a growing number of...
  • Poor, mostly black areas face supermarket 'double jeopardy'

    Poor, mostly black areas face supermarket 'double jeopardy'
    Poor, mostly black neighborhoods face double jeopardy when it comes to supermarket access, according to a study recently published by the journal Preventive Medicine. That may not sound like news at all: Scholars and activists have long fretted that...
  • 1920s church organ is moved across town, brought back to life

    1920s church organ is moved across town, brought back to life
    Hundreds of people filed into a West Town church to hear a once-silent 19-ton organ roar back to life. There were Methodists from Chicago's South Side, Roman Catholics from across the city and suburbs and musicians from around the world. As the 87-year-...